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What You Can Do to Celebrate Earth Day

Apr 18 , 2017

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What You Can Do to Celebrate Earth Day

Earth Day is a day in which we all reflect on the earth's extreme fragility, and what we can do to combat, or at least slow, the effects of climate change.  The Amazon forest, the Great Barrier Reef, the Arctic ice. These are just a few of the well-known ecosystems which are changing in real-time before our very eyes. Unfortunately, human impact is not only limited to these three ecosystems: every ecosystem around the planet is changing and having an effect on our world. Earth Day is a day in which we take a look at our ways and make changes in order to decrease our carbon footprint. But it Read Full Post

Events in Plano TX

Apr 17 , 2015

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Up, Up & Away: Upcoming Local Events

“Light Up” Haggard Park & Red Balloon Run & Ride You do not have to be left looking for things to do in the coming weeks. Plano has some exciting festivities going on that are great for the whole family, and will fill your days with beauty and fun. So your April can be as great as possible, mark your calendar for these upcoming local events. “Light Up” Haggard Park: On Earth Day (April 22nd), head to Haggard Park in Downtown Plano at 7:00 p.m. At that time, the Plano Parks Foundation will be lighting up this great local park. You will have the chance to learn about this Read Full Post

Go Green This Earth Day With These Suggestions

Although the origins of Earth Day go back more than 40 years in the United States, it wasn't until 1990 that Earth Day became a worldwide observance. Every April 22, Earth Day is celebrated across the globe, raising awareness for the need to protect our planet. Many people mistakenly think that they can have little influence on the state of the planet. They may feel discouraged about large companies polluting the environment and wonder how the "little" people of the world can ever offset that damage. However, if everyone in a community bands together to be better stewards of natural Read Full Post